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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 Ask Andy SEISMOGRAPHS Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Earl VanPelt age of San Fran- cisco. for his ques- tion How does a seismograph record A major earthquake punches a shuddering whack through the maybe 000 times greater than an ear- ly A bomb Its energy travels in shivering vibrations in various directions at differing speeds This creates earth- quake shocks called seismic waves Seismographs sense and record the assorted seismic waves to form a total picture of the earthquake Groups of separated seismographs compare notes to pinpoint the where the upset occurred in the earth s crust Around the or so seismology stations record about 1 000 earthquakes a most of them too slight to be felt bv the average citizen Their major instruments are batteries of seismographs designed to report the assorted shock waves sent zinging through the planet Seismographs come in different styles to cope with the various vibrations of diflerent seismic waves One style is the pendulum seismograph Its pendulum is a heavy weight suspended to stay still while the rest of the equipment shudders Another is the strain seismograph Its two sturdy posts sway together and apart as vibrating waves pass by in the ground below All seismographs are fitted with electric gear to record their sensitive changes on rolls of revolving graph paper or on magnetic tape You might suppose that such an earthquake station runs like clockwork until vou grasp the complexity of seismic waves These vibrating shock waves come in three major types with numerous variations The hrst to arrive are pnmarv or P' waves These roar forth from the traveling through the rigid crust at perhaps 3la miles per second M deeper levels through more elastic they speed up to perhaps miles per second waves cause back-and-forth vibrations in the direction in which they are traveling The next arrivals are secon- dary or waves. These vibrate sideways as they go Their speeds range from two miles per second to 4Vz miles per second through more rigid materials waves cannot shiver through the earth's molten which is somewhat bigger than the planet Mars The last arrivals are the waves that daw- dle through the crustal sur- face Some of their leisurely waves are 500 miles long As a a seismograph specializes in one type of seismic wave Some report vertical and others horizontal displacements in the earth Some record the waves that penetrate the entire the surface L waves and the waves that curve down to the core and up again The speeds and arrival times of the various shock waves give clues to the location and intensity of a ma- jor quake But masses of data must be computed and com- pared to verify the facts Data from three separated stations is compared to pin- point the where the earthquake occurred in the earth s crust Masses of details from many seismographs must be analyz- ed to estimate the strength or intensity of an earthquake This takes time Measuring the changes that a major quake can make in the earth's crust takes even longer Questions asked by chil- dren of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask P.O. Box. Huntlngton California 92648. Chronicle Publishing Co. Flashback Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS July 1974 1534 Jacques Cartier landed at the site of Que and claimed Canada for France 1762 The French captured St John s Nfld 1766 Pontiac signed a peace treaty with settlers at Oswego Goren on Bridge BY CKAKLES II GOREN c If The Chicjgo Tribune Uoih deals NORTH 10 9 .1 d .1 7 1 .1 2 WEST KXSl Q.J H A K I 10 4 V 73 10 o U 10 8 7 I SOITH 2 A K 9 8 5 2 A K 3 4 3 The North East South West Pass 2V Pass Pass 4V Pass Pass Opening lead Qucvn ot A Budge becomes a game when Llic position of honor card is known Observe .Souths tech- nique in bringing home a dost. loin heai i game Di-spiu the tact that he held good hand South 'contemed himself with an ot two heaits because ot the vulnerability. atlei made a well- judged raise to three hearts the fact ihni he held relameh tew losers mm meed South thai lie would flood leu Celine U'est led the queen ot spades and continued vuth the lack dedarei ruffing Once had shown up with spade honors n was likeK lh.il I hold olher missinij high card tor his opening bid so declaier s Uisk avoiding three losers m the minoi suits became that much easici 10 lie could accomplish that eithei In dropping the queen ot dia- monds m two tounds. 01 In endplaung I last To prepare toi ilu' lattei declaiei entered dumim with I he of i and ruffed anolhel spade this time with a. high trump trump to the iiuec-n diew bolh the defend- ers trumps and declarer i utted dumim s lasi spade The scene was toi the coup do giace The e and king ot diamonds uere and declaier was slightlv dismayed when the queen did not diop HesimpK continued with a third and when Kast won the trick he found himself in an uncom- fortable position II he i etui a declaiei would ruff in one hand while discai cling from the olhei so Kast was forced to at irk clubs and he had 10 lead an honor Had declarer won this tuck he would still have had to concede two club tricks. Unfortunately for Kast. South was alive to iho situation He allow ed Kant s king of clubs to hold therein rendering the defense powerless Kast was on with iho choice of leading a club into dummy's ace jack or ot conceding a a and either would his tenth ii u k Your horoscope By Jeane Oixon JULY 25 Your birthday Begins the right time to convert your latent forces into useful and to apply them Much success is promised for even moderate efforts Relationships bear up under the but cannot be lateen for granted Today's natives have the knack for making old and ordinary things seem are usually good at puzzles ARIES 21-April Associates come up with a new to everybody's sur- prise Creative ventures develop new sidelines and problems Just putting in fresh money isn't the answer TAURUS 20-May Work conditions change You may as well adjust without since drastic reactions aren't your best course You'll be proud of your just hold on' GEMINI Almost anything you do now is mystifying to those who work with you Avoid snap decisions the fun experienced is the expenses quite long CANCER 21-July There's a premium on family the quality of home demanding your care Sometime in the evening you turn a leave behind an old worry LEO 23-Aug Serenity and sustained good humor tides you over interruptions and quirks of circumstance A pause for reflection from time to time helps Prepare for an upbeat tomorrow VIRGO 23-Sept. An element of fantasy is found in everybody's story including yours Watch and but don't ask questions Pursue known tested methods LIBRA 23-Oct. It's great to have enough extra for a fling just remember there's a tomorrow and a long future to explore1 No mood of adventure justifies carelessness SCORPIO Your action today is a bit firmer than needed Business extra work on a regular job claim attention and energy It's a day to use discretion SAGITTARIUS 22- Dec. Don't just play the become more of a spiritual being in response to outside stimulus Ask no although you may receive some unsolicited benefit CAPRICORN 22-Jan. It is your turn to help extend loans or the use ot your resources Social functions aren't as productive as solitary but may be unavoidable AQUARIUS 20-Feb. Now it's time to be sure you're on the right track Check legal angles Everybody wants to tell or ex- plain something let in peace PISCES 19-March Whatever you do about monev check first with all who share the responsibility Impulse very likely brings schedule changes Go along cheerfully Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I am writing to you to ask if a person has his spleen taken out does that shorten the number of years he can live' Dear Reader That is a hard question to answer unequivocally Most people have the spleen removed because of some medical problem which is benefited by its removal In those instances the removal of the spleen should prolong the life and health of the individual If you lost your spleen from an automobile accident it might not make much difference Many of the functions of the spleen are duplicated by other parts of the body As an it produces antibodies important in our immune but that function is also accomplished by other parts of the body while the spleen is it is not essential to life in normal people Dear Dr. Lamb Will you tell me what ventricular tachycardia is9 How serious is it and will one always need drugs to control it9 Is air travel allowed in this case9 Dear Reader Tachycardia means fast heart rate The ventricles are the heavy pumping muscular chambers at the bottom of the heart When a spot in the ventricles becomes overactive it can take over electrical stimulation of the heart beat If the spot causes the heart to beat fast then it causes ventricular tachycardia Why does the spot get over active9 There are many reasons In some people it can be from underlying heart EXPERT DISMISSED MOSCOW Valentin a Soviet computer expert and human rights was fired from his job as senior research assistant at a Moscow In- stitute Tuesday for his support of dissident physicist Andrei friends said is president of the Soviet section of the human rights organization Amnesty International including fatty cholesterol deposits in the coronary arteries In other instances there seems to be no associated heart disease at all It makes a lot of difference what causes the problem When the ventricular tachycardia occurs as a complication of a heart it is very important and can progress to rapid twitching of the heart muscle without any effective full heart beat to pump blood This is life threatening I have seen ventricular tachycardia in young healthy persons sometimes unaware that the attack had occurred if the heart rate was not too fast When the problem occurs without underlying heart it can still be troublesome if it causes the heart to beat too fast If the tachycardia is because of heart disease or is fast enough to cause then it is usually necessary to take medicine either to abolish the episode or to prevent its recurrence A person who has recurrent attacks with even without other heart usually takes medicine thereafter to prevent future attacks. About air it depends again on the cause Clearly if the ventricular tachycardia is caused by serious heart disease one wouldn't travel until after recovery For recurrent attacks without other medical problems one can travel by plane Even if an attack should occur in the plane it would be no worse than on the ground The problem might be in getting immediate medical attention Commercial air planes are not really that much different from a bus The cabin altitude is not allowed to be over feet and usually is much less than that Denver has an altitude of and the mountains nearby are much higher Send your questions to Dr. in care of this P.O. Box Radio City New N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on send 50 cents to the same address and ask for booklet. Lll ABNER OUTA i_ MOT UP OH TH LKTEST AH MEANS A IS CHARLIf 0ROIDN I'M TME ONE UW05E FEELIN65 WPEMTEDAT THE PARTY SHORT MBS IT IDAS A SHE HER HOfSe 50 5HE CAN TOME IN PERSON.' C V A REAL WHAT KINO OF GlRl UJOULP WANT TO SHE MUST 6E FAT ANP OR TALL AND I JUST BEAT THE CPMrVTER AT CHESS WONDERFUL. THAT PROVES MAN IS STILL IN CONTROL AFTER 1 WON IT WENT BACK AND FOUND M ERROR IN A-IV TAX RETURN .AND NOTIFIED THE HI AND LOIS BUGS BUNNY HEr SYLVESTER GOT I PROTEST I 1 DISOBEYED NO TRAFFIC I'M JUST CHECKING TH VEHICLE CODE TO SEE IF THIS THING SHOUUD ALLOWED ON STREETS AND BLONDIE BUT BOSS VQU SA O IT WAS GOINJG TO BE YOUR ARCHIE ODD.' THE NEVER. GARDENER A DID SAYS THE I TROUT POOL IS DRYING f WELL.GEF UP THERE AND TAKE THAT DAM THESE TWO I WE 6UILT A WERE ....UP THE BROOK HAVING HAGAR THE HORRIBLE IM TI-IAT MUST HAPPY BIRTHPA KING ALFRED BEETLE BAILEY MY LEFT DRAWER MOT THE YOU PUT IT IN THE AND IT I TOLD YOU TO PUT MY BAR IN L6PT TO DO WITM TUMBLEWEEOS A TEENSVWTOF INFO PEFORE YOU GO A-STALKING PEAK THE MOUNTAIN LION IS ANP A CARNIVOREEi THANXI IT'S COMFORTIN' T'NO ME AN'HIM'S 60T SUMTHIN1 IN COMMUNi ;